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Australian Enterprise Architecture Conference

Glenn Smyth's Paper - EA Conf Melb 2013

Glenn Smyth's Slides - EA Conf Melb 2013


Australian Government Architecture Reference Models (AGARM), 2011

AGARM - Notes from Darryl Whyatt

It’s worth noting that Enterprise Architecture is represented as “[30204] Architecture” under “[302] Planning and Budgeting” under “[30] Services Support” in the Business Reference Model.

In v2.0 of the AGARM, this same function was called “Enterprise Architecture” – guess the guys at AGIMO (Enterprise Architects themselves) were a little wary of the “EA” term (sigh!) – this is poor and does little to advance the cause.

The definition was (v2.0) and still is (v3.0) “affect the activities involved in describing the current state and defining the target state for the Australian Government’s business, information, organisation, people, processes and technology (including establishment of a transition strategy for achieving the target state).”

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